Doris 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 2 年前


5 個解答

  • 2 年前

    maybe means "possibly" or "perhaps" and is used to say that something may be so:-

    Maybe you'll NOT come to Taiwan (if you ask yourself) in the near future.

    (=will not come)

    Possibly is used like Perhaps;

    Are you thinking of coming to Taiwan again?---Possibly/Possibly not.

    Could you possibly have a visit to Taiwan yourself recently?

    You couldn't possibly still be coming to Taiwan recently?

    You couldn't possibly do come to Taiwan if you possibly can.

    Couldn't you possibly come to TW recently ?

    Could you possibly not have come to Taiwan recently ?

    Perhaps it would be better if you don't come back Taiwan in the near future.

    =Perhaps you've had enough to come back Taiwan in the near future !

    The single-word adverb maybe is an adverb as sentence adverb.

    You may be right.

  • YIP
    Lv 7
    2 年前

    During the meantime, you won't come to Taiwan. Yip

  • 2 年前

    # [ I think (that) ] You maybe not come to Taiwan in near future.

    # Maybe you not come to Taiwan in near future.

  • Jenkin
    Lv 7
    2 年前

    You are not coming to Taiwan soon, aren t you?

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  • albert
    Lv 5
    2 年前

    You wouldn't come to Taiwan province in the near future, right?